….”robberies and a rowdy brawl went down“, that’s what the reporter said. Another said “this video is alarming“…. “the 44th street crew, gangs up on two female passengers to steal their iphones“… The thugs took trophy video of the assault/robbery and posted it for bragging rights and “street cred” on their FaceBook page.
Watch how the media make particular attention to avoid the obvious. The attackers were all black, and the two women attacked were white….. Hmmm? Patterns, patterns, patterns.
The knock out game – Thrill kills - Flash mobs – Subway passengers pushed onto the tracks - Street cred - Violence – Pack Mentality….. all pure “Hate Crimes” perpetrated by a culture that embraces violence as a means to gain desired wants. Like many racially motivated attacks by random black gangs, they took video of themselves and posted it to Facebook.
Scenes like this are occurring daily in urban areas all over America. This unprovoked assault against two white females is called “a rowdy brawl” by the left-wing local media.
But what is far worse than the media denial of the problem, and the reason for sharing the rest of the story, is the response from the police. You see, coincidentally the police happened to be coordinating an operation at the next station – the station you saw in the first video at the top. But what you don’t see from the media is what happens next.
In this next witness video taken by an elderly passenger, the police arrive and do what? Numerous people have informed the police the attackers were on the train, and what do the police do… they quiet it down, nothing to see here folks, move along, move along, take a seat…. and let the train leave the station with the suspects on board.
It really is quite remarkable to understand how numb the police have become to random black violence in most cities and urban areas. With that in mind it makes perfect sense for Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson to be worried about a class of victims no longer willing to be victimized. People prepared to stand their ground against such attacks.